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Object of desire & Auction results

22nd April, 2018
A dinosaur skeleton unearthed in Wyoming in 2013 is going under the hammer for €1.2m-€1.8m

You’d be lucky to get the chance to bid for a dinosaur once in a lifetime, but this one comes with an added incentive – the successful bidder will have the honour of naming it.In 2013, the nine-metre-long skeleton was discovered in Wyoming, in an Upper Jurassic geological sequence laid down between 148 million and 155 million years ago. In 2016, European specialists noticed that it presented major anatomical differences from known allosaurs: it has...

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